Due diligence is necessary

Sam Stroud Staff Writer Last week, House Democrats began a formal impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. This comes after a whistleblower complaint alleging the President was using the power of his office inappropriately in conducting foreign policy.  In particular, the whistleblower’s complaint claimed that the President was withholding aid from U.S. ally Ukraine and was Read More

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Student discusses benefits of physical art and music in the age of instant streaming

Andrea Hammack Staff Writer While most people can agree that art and music can be timeless, an important conversation for music and art lovers centers around what form is the best for consuming them.  Nowadays music is mainly consumed digitally through apps such as Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, etc., which allows the content to remain popular, Read More

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Student review: ‘Eurydice’ tells the story of love and the hellish fate of those who lose it

(CONTRIBUTED/ Quinton Cockrell) Madeline Hill, a sophomore theater major from Alabaster, Alabama, performed as the titular Eurydice during the play’s run last weekend.  Pradyot Sharma Editor-in-Chief The Troy Department of Theater and Dance presented an adaptation of Sarah Ruhl’s “Eurydice,” a modern retelling of the myth of the musician Orpheus and Eurydice, this past weekend. The Read More

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